In a message dated Mon, 30 Apr 2001 9:10:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time, David
Massey <email@example.com> writes:
<< I believe the safety nazi's will disagree with that. It is too easy to
inadvertantly release the brake. This is probably why the technique has been
abandoned -personaly preference notwithstanding.... >>
Perhaps the real question is: does this serve more as a "parking" brake or
"emergency" brake? Back in my reckless youth, I found my TR3A's "emergency"
brake to be more than up to the task when a hydraulic brake line ruptured
(steel...rusted). I don't remember spending much time...ever...using it when I
parked the car, though.
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